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ASC14 Finals Kick-off, 16 Finalists Ready to Go

Apr 22, 2014 |

21st April 8:00 A.M., with the staffs of the ASC14 Committee began to announce the competition rules, 2014 ASC Student Supercomputer Challenge (ASC 14) Finals has officially started in the Sun Yat-Sen University. In the finals, 16 finalists will complete for the supercomputer system architecture under 3000W power budget, HPL, Quantum Espresso, LICOM, SU2, and Read more…

Compete with Teams from Asia, Europe and America, Will Purdue University Crown the ASC14 Student Supercomputer Challenge?

Apr 21, 2014 |

Computer science major Matt Molo is considering a career in computer security, supercomputing or distributed computing over a large array of machines, or the giant data centers of companies like Amazon and Google function. “I was really interested in learning about supercomputers and running programs across multiple computers,” says Molo, a freshman from Joilet, Ill. Read more…

Tianhe-2, The Arena for ASC14 Student Supercomputer Challenge

Mar 27, 2014 |

A few days ago, 2014 ASC Student Supercomputer Challenge (hereafter ASC14) announced that the 16 ASC14 finalists will compete an application scalability on the Tianhe-2 supercomputer, which is moved to the Sun Yat-Sen University very recently. While, it is the first time that Tianhe 2, or any other giant supercomputer, will be used in a Read more…

China Means Business with Supercomputing Push

Jun 20, 2013 |

China is making significant strides towards its goals to use supercomputing as the next big platform to spur economic growth. The country now makes up 13% of the Top 500 (with 51% from the United States). We talk with Inspur’s Chief Scientist of HPC Applications about how the system will be used to forward the goals of the national…